thumb|Duolingo is one of the major examples of using day streak to motivate language learners.
A Day streak or sometimes it's called Don't break the chain is a method of a reward system used in games, social media and language learning applications to build the habit in users and motivate them to check it everyday or other period of time.
A day streak is usually used in habit trackers for people who want to build a new habit or break another.
The following applications use the method of a day strike as an achievement:
- Skinner Box
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- Thier, Dave. "How Daily Bonuses And Streaks Work In 'Pokémon GO'". Forbes. Retrieved 2018-09-12.
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- "Daily Reward System". TibiaWiki. Retrieved 2018-09-12.
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